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Nov 23, 2020

State governments in Punjab, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan get their acts together and pass amended farm Bills in their State Assemblies
The Congress governments in Punjab, Chhattisgarh and Rajasthan introduce amended farms Bills in their State Assemblies to counter the Central Acts and to safeguard the interests of farmers.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Nov 23, 2020

Despite the Central government's strong-arm tactics, farmers stand their ground against new farm laws
Despite economic distress, tragic deaths of fellow fighters and the Central government's strong-arm tactics such as starving Punjab of train services and resources, farmers are determined to carry on their struggle against the three new farm laws.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Nov 22, 2020

Fears of a surge in COVID-19 infections in the country
Several States saw an increase in the number of COVID-19 cases in the first fortnight of November even as others reported a slight decrease, but governments both at the Centre and in the States would do well to remain alert to the possibility of an increase in cases similar to what Europe and the U.S. are reporting now.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Nov 21, 2020

The race for COVID-19 vaccine
In the global scientific and commercial race for the first shot of the COVID-19 vaccine, the play of geopolitics is very much in evidence as U.S.-based Pfizer and Russia's Gamaleya claim that phase 3 trials have shown 90 per cent efficacy of their vaccine candidates.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Nov 20, 2020

Green firecrackers may not be that green after all, finds a survey in Mumbai
Green firecrackers developed by CSIR have 30 per cent less emissions, but there is still a long way to go in reducing air and noise pollution.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Nov 11, 2020

Are the Army workshops going private?
The Modi government's plan to introduce the Government Owned Corporate Operated model for the maintenance, repair and overhaul of battle tanks and other such Class A vehicles of the Indian Army at Army Base Workshops is seen as an act of misplaced adventurism.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Nov 11, 2020

Questions over Prime Minister Narendra Modi's seaplane ride
The recently launched seaplane service at the Statue of Unity in Kevadia, Gujarat, flouts the Centre's Environment Impact Assessment notification 2006 and reflects the State government's priority of promoting tourism over tribal livelihoods.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Nov 11, 2020

Seaplane service at the Statue of Unity: Riding rough waters
The recently launched seaplane service at the Statue of Unity in Kevadia, Gujarat, flouts the Centre's Environment Impact Assessment notification 2006 and reflects the State government's priority of promoting tourism over tribal livelihoods. By Lyla Bavadam

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Nov 08, 2020

Cash-for-jobs scam in Assam Police
The unearthing of a cash-for-jobs scam in police appointments in Assam involving a BJP leader and department officials exposes the ground reality of rampant government-level corruption in the State.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Nov 08, 2020

UAPA: India's anti-India Act
Humble though its beginnings were, the UAPA has now grown into a poisonous tree and is clearly modelled on the United States' McCarthyite Un-American Activities Act.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Nov 07, 2020

Origins of Communist Party of India, in Tashkent
Interview with the historian and author Suchetana Chattopadhyay.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Nov 07, 2020

A different Dasara: Farmers use unconventional methods to protest against the farm laws
Farmers in Punjab, Haryana and Uttar Pradesh use unconventional methods to protest against the Centre's farm laws.

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Nov 06, 2020

Kashmir Times: Where the mind is without fear…
The sealing of the Kashmir Times office is the latest in the series of attacks on the 66-year-old English daily published from Kashmir for its bold and fearless stance.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Nov 05, 2020

Military alliance in the making between India and the U.S.
The recently concluded India-U.S. ministerial talks in New Delhi yielded as many as five bilateral agreements that may have the effect of compromising India's strategic autonomy and making it a de facto military ally of the U.S.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Nov 04, 2020

Tamil Nadu's political parties continue to resist NEET
Tamil Nadu's political parties, which continue to resist NEET on the grounds that it strikes at the root of the State's well-established success in achieving social justice in education and creating a sturdy public health system, have scored limited success by ensuring 7.5 per cent reservation for government school students in medical seats.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Nov 04, 2020

The NIA and Father Stan Swamy: Hunting down a Samaritan
The NIA arrests Father Stan Swamy for alleged involvement in the Bhima Koregaon incident, but the actual reason for the state's witch-hunt is his strident opposition to corporate exploitation of tribal areas.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Nov 03, 2020

More confusion than clarity on the trajectory of the COVID-19 virus
The results of the second national sero-survey and a mathematical model on the spread of COVID are at variance with each other.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Nov 03, 2020

BCG as a stopgap vaccine for COVID-19
Studies make a case for BCG to be a bridge vaccine until a COVID-specific vaccine is developed, but larger clinical trials are needed to study the impact of such a strategy on the morbidity and mortality caused by the virus.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Oct 31, 2020

‘What is the ‘crime' I'm supposed to have committed?'
"During the past three decades I have tried to identify myself with the Adivasi People and their struggle for a life of dignity and self-respect. As a

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Oct 31, 2020

West Bengal: Restrained Durga Puja celebrations
Durga Puja celebrations in West Bengal were pronouncedly muted this year, giving doctors hope that the increase in the number of COVID cases in the days to come will not be as much as they had feared earlier.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Oct 29, 2020

Attacks on foresters increase across the country during lockdown
Attacks on foresters by encroachers and the timber mafia have increased during the COVID-induced lockdown.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Oct 28, 2020

Karnataka: Fearing the worst
Karnataka stands second only to Maharashtra in terms of the number of cases, and with both Deepavali and Dasara slated to be celebrated over the coming weeks, the situation is only going to get even worse.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Oct 28, 2020

Odisha: A decreasing trend
Odisha seems to be slowly winning the battle against COVID as fewer fresh cases get reported, but ahead of the Puja season the Chief Minister has asked people to be vigilant.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Oct 27, 2020

West Bengal: Puja in the time of pandemic
West Bengal stares at a possible surge in COVID cases after the Durga Puja celebrations, but Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee is confident that she will "lock down COVID".

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Oct 27, 2020

Chhattisgarh: A late upsurge
As Chhattisgarh grapples with a sudden upsurge in the number of COVID-19 cases, the State government's efforts to contain the pandemic have been hampered by a lack of support from the Centre.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Oct 26, 2020

Telangana: Doubts about data
Amid allegations by the opposition that the State government had mismanaged the pandemic, the second national sero-survey indicates that around 12.2 per cent of Telangana's population was exposed to COVID-19 until August.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Oct 26, 2020

Andhra Pradesh: ‘Past the peak'
A drop in the number of daily infections and test positivity rate, combined with a rise in the recovery rate, is injecting confidence in the authorities who are cautiously optimistic that the worst is behind them.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Oct 25, 2020

Assam: Caution to the wind
Political rallies and official functions, along with large gatherings at UIDAI centres for government assistance, are hampering the State's progress in containing the outbreak.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Oct 25, 2020

Kerala: In a vulnerable position
The big concern for the State is whether, despite the government's best efforts, the sharp rise in the number of COVID-19 patients would cross the threshold capacity of the health system to accommodate them.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Oct 23, 2020

Tamil Nadu: Curious statistics
The number of new COVID cases in the State in October has remained unbelievably low and steady.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Oct 23, 2020

Maharashtra: Pandemic fatigue?
Even as the Maharashtra government is acutely aware that it will not be able to prevent large gatherings in the imminent festival season, understanding the phenomenon of "pandemic fatigue" or resistance among the public to precautionary rules is key to flattening the COVID-19 curve.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Oct 23, 2020

COVID-19 and the danger of complacency
Amid a downward trend in new cases and deaths, the government is shifting its focus on to COVID-appropriate social behaviour, but it must not be lax in fully utilising the testing capacity since a second or even a third wave may be likely.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Oct 22, 2020

Pseudoscientific beliefs and world views in the time of pandemic
Even as the world pins its hopes heavily on science to combat the biggest pandemic ever, the spectre of pseudoscience haunts humanity. It appears that irrationality tries to fill in the gaps in humanity's knowledge that science searches for through rigorous methods which are rooted in evidence.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Oct 21, 2020

Farmers' resistance to the farm laws hardens
Farmers continue to agitate against the new farm laws and plan to use the Navaratri festivities to make their voice heard.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Oct 21, 2020

Contract farming as a means of ushering in corporatisation in agriculture
The purpose of initiatives such as contract farming seems to be to create conditions that make it difficult for the small and marginal peasantry to sustain themselves and eventually force them to leave their land or sell it to rich farmers, thus consolidating and centralising the agrarian capital.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Oct 19, 2020

Uttar Pradesh and COVID management: A case of misplaced priorities
The management of the COVID pandemic in Uttar Pradesh leaves much scope for improvement and the State may soon find itself in a difficult situation.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Oct 12, 2020

Inventing a past: Committee formed to study the origin and evolution of Indian culture
A committee formed by the Central government to study India's ancient past draws criticism from scholars and politicians who raise doubts about the agenda it seems set to pursue.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Oct 11, 2020

The new labour codes: Labour's loss
The labour Codes enacted by Parliament have little to do with labour welfare; they are apparently meant to improve ‘ease of doing business' and to make it easy for employers to hire and fire workers.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Oct 10, 2020

RSS' next target, Mathura
The Sangh Parivar carries on with its project of using religion to further political mobilisation. This time its target is what it calls Krishna Janmabhoomi at Mathura.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Oct 10, 2020

COVID-19 in Tamil Nadu: Data discrepancy and flaws in protocols mar the State's battle against coronavirus
Tamil Nadu's anti-pandemic strategy is marred by flawed protocols and alleged manipulation of numbers.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Oct 10, 2020

COVID-19 in Haryana: Study reveals 8 per cent sero-positivity across 22 districts surveyed
A sero-surveillance study conducted in 22 districts of Haryana in August revealed an 8 per cent sero-positivity in the sample surveyed, even as the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Haryana crossed 1,00,000 in September.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Oct 10, 2020

Maharashtra government forced to give undue importance to politics during the pandemic
The fight against COVID-19 fades into the background as the opposition tries to beat the government image in political games.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Oct 10, 2020

COVID-19 in Rajasthan: Congress government finally takes serious COVID-19 management measures
Amid the rising number of infections and deaths in the State, the Ashok Gehlot-led Congress government issues a series of orders and notifications, which indicates that it has finally got down to the serious business of COVID-19 management and control.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Oct 10, 2020

COVID-19 cases show no decline in Assam, political parties busy in electioneering
The number of cases in the State shows no signs of declining, and with political parties resuming electioneering activities and students getting ready to restart offline classes, the State's health care infrastructure could soon be overwhelmed.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Oct 10, 2020

Odisha's COVID-19 strategy to involve private hospitals, hopes to reduce infection rate
By opening up more private hospitals for COVID care, easing pressure on hospitals in Bhubaneswar by getting those in the districts to take in more patients, and innovating with RT-PCR tests to prioritise patient care Odisha is hoping to bring down the rising infection rate.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Oct 10, 2020

Pandemic situation fails to stop West Bengal from celebrating Durga Puja
In the midst of the raging pandemic, the State resumes Metro services and is gearing up for Durga Puja, a four-day-long celebration of colour, sounds and crowds.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Oct 10, 2020

Madhya Pradesh witnessing alarming spike in coronavirus cases as political parties compete to win the byelections in the Gwalior-Chambal region
In Madhya Pradesh, the issue of oxygen shortage took centre stage even as case numbers grew and the BJP and the Congress ramped up roadshows and membership drives in preparation for the byelections to 28 Assembly seats.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Oct 10, 2020

Karnataka to become the State with highest number of active COVID-19 cases after Maharashtra
The number of COVID-19 cases continues to spiral in Karnataka, making it the State with the highest number of active cases after Maharashtra.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Oct 10, 2020

Kerala local body polls: Mass mobilisation violating COVID safety norms
In Kerala, the opposition parties' mass mobilisations for the local body elections violating COVID safety norms and the easing of restrictions could, it is feared, lead to a sharp rise in infections.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Oct 10, 2020

India's double standards on human rights: Violations at home even as its diplomacy preaches liberty
India has consistently followed double standards on human rights and people's right to self-determination and refused to brook questions on its own conduct while taking the liberty to preach to others.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Oct 10, 2020

COVID-19 in Delhi: Health workers protest against non-payment of wages, poor working conditions
Health care personnel and workers from other sectors protest against non-payment of wages and poor working conditions, but the AAP and the BJP keep blaming each other instead of resolving crucial issues.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Oct 10, 2020

COVID-19 in Uttar Pradesh: CM Yogi Adityanath turns to Hindutva as COVID situation worsens in the State
COVID situation is worsening in Uttar Pradesh, but the Yogi Adityanath regime manages to turn attention away from the subject by playing the Hindutva card once again.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Oct 09, 2020

COVID-19: Race for immunity
The three vaccine frontrunners in India are yet to enter the most critical Phase 3 trials, but the government has given a premature assurance that a vaccine will be available by early 2021, which will only give rise to a sense of misplaced hope and false security among the public.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Oct 09, 2020

Delhi: Health care workers strike against non-payment of wages and poor working conditions
Health care personnel and workers from other sectors protest against non-payment of wages and poor working conditions, but the AAP and the BJP keep blaming each other instead of resolving crucial issues.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Oct 05, 2020

Karnataka: Unlocked and out of control
Karnataka added more than 2.5 lakh cases to its tally in September alone, and some experts predict that the State will hits its peak only in January 2021. With unlocking carrying on apace, the number of cases can only continue to rise over the next few months.

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Oct 05, 2020

Gujarat: Gradual return to normalcy
The State government's decision to adopt the testing and treatment method seems to have paid off, as reflected in its increased case recovery rate. With the reopening of shops and industries and the return of migrant workers, the State appears set to return to pre-lockdown normalcy.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Oct 03, 2020

COVID-19 scaling new peaks in India
As India continues to be second in the global ranking of total COVID-19 cases, and the number of deaths continues to increase, questions remain about the reliability of the number of cases being captured by tests in India.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Sep 30, 2020

Elgar Parishad arrests: Decimation drive
The recent arrest of three Dalit rights activists in connection with the Elgar Parishad is seen as an attempt to stifle dissent.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Sep 30, 2020

Centre starving Christian organistions into submission
The Central government, without giving any reason, has suspended the FCRA licences of six Christian organisations.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Sep 30, 2020

Naga peace talks at a dead end?
A single final accord between the government and all the Naga factions is nowhere in sight as the stakeholders disagree on interpretations of the content of the Framework Agreement signed earlier.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Sep 29, 2020

Elgar Parisha arrests: Decimation drive
The recent arrest of three Dalit rights activists in connection with the Elgar Parishad is seen as an attempt to stifle dissent.

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Sep 29, 2020

PM-Kisan scam: Defrauding farmers
In a startling expose, the Tamil Nadu Agriculture Department unearths a scam in which Rs.110 crore was siphoned from the PM-Kisan income support scheme by registering lakhs of ineligible beneficiaries.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Sep 28, 2020

Lapdog narratives of the Kannada media
A report looks at the way hate speech flourishes in the Kannada media and tries to locate the factors that fuel it and the consequences that follow.

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Sep 28, 2020

How the media reacted to Sushant Singh Rajput's suicide
Powerful sections of the electronic media have built up mass hysteria around actor Sushant Singh Rajput's death and almost succeeded in turning the narrative of a government failing its people into one in which the government pursues a morally suspect elite.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Sep 28, 2020

The sordid tale surrounding Sushant Singh Rajput's suicide
There are so many disturbing factors in the case around Sushant Singh Rajput's suicide that it is necessary to discuss it without the hysteria that the electronic media have built up over it.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Sep 26, 2020

"Internal affair": India's double standards on human rights violations
India has consistently followed double standards on human rights and people's right to self-determination and refused to brook questions on its own conduct while taking the liberty to preach to others.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Sep 25, 2020

Karnataka: Alarming surge
The number of COVID-19 cases continues to spiral in Karnataka, making it the State with the highest number of active cases after Maharashtra.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Sep 25, 2020

Kerala: Political gamesmanship
In Kerala, the opposition parties' mass mobilisations for the local body elections violating COVID safety norms and the easing of restrictions could, it is feared, lead to a sharp rise in infections.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Sep 24, 2020

West Bengal: Limping back to normalcy even as COVID-19 cases surge
In the midst of the raging pandemic, the State resumes Metro services and is gearing up for Durga puja, a four-day-long celebration of colour, sounds and crowds.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Sep 24, 2020

Madhya Pradesh: Oxygen shortage scare
In Madhya Pradesh, the issue of oxygen shortage took centre stage even as case numbers grew and the BJP and the Congress ramped up roadshows and membership drives in preparation for the byelections to 28 Assembly seats.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Sep 23, 2020

Assam: Stressed to the limit
The number of cases in the State shows no signs of declining, and with political parties resuming electioneering activities and students getting ready to restart offline classes, the State's health care infrastructure could soon be overwhelmed.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Sep 23, 2020

Odisha: Reworking strategies
By opening up more private hospitals for COVID care, easing pressure on hospitals in Bhubaneswar by getting those in the districts to take in more patients, and innovating with RT-PCR tests to prioritise patient care Odisha is hoping to bring down the rising infection rate.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Sep 22, 2020

Haryana: Survey reveals 8 per cent seropositivity
A sero-surveillance study conducted in 22 districts of Haryana in August revealed an 8 per cent sero-positivity in the sample surveyed, even as the total number of confirmed COVID-19 cases in Haryana crossed 1,00,000 in September.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Sep 22, 2020

Rajasthan: Pandemic takes centre stage, finally
Amid the rising number of infections and deaths in the State, the Ashok Gehlot-led Congress government issues a series of orders and notifications, which indicates that it has finally got down to the serious business of COVID-19 management and control.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Sep 21, 2020

Delhi: Health workers left high and dry
Health care personnel and workers from other sectors protest against non-payment of wages and poor working conditions, but the AAP and the BJP keep blaming each other instead of resolving crucial issues.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Sep 21, 2020

Uttar Pradesh: Hindutva to the rescue
COVID situation is worsening in Uttar Pradesh, but the Yogi Adityanath regime manages to turn attention away from the subject by playing the Hindutva card once again.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Sep 20, 2020

Tamil Nadu: Data discrepancy and deaths
Tamil Nadu's anti-pandemic strategy is marred by flawed protocols and alleged manipulation of numbers.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Sep 20, 2020

Maharashtra: Between pandemic and politics
The fight against COVID-19 fades into the background as the opposition tries to beat the government image in political games.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Sep 19, 2020

Securing the ‘garima' of core sanitation workers
ON September 11, Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik launched Garima, a first-of-its-kind scheme for the welfare and protection of core sanitation workers.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Sep 18, 2020

A dividing wall at Santiniketan
The impasse at Visva-Bharati that followed the violence over the issue of constructing a wall around the Poush Mela ground continues.

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Sep 14, 2020

Tablighi Jamaat: Vindicated, finally
The recent High Court verdicts ordering the quashing of cases filed against members of the Tablighi Jamaat under the IPC and the Epidemic Diseases Act will hopefully also mark the end of the vilification of India's largest Muslim organisation.

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Sep 14, 2020

Dr Bevinje Srinivas Kakkilaya: Lockdown created unnecessary fears
Interview with Dr Bevinje Srinivas Kakkilaya, consultant physician who writes regularly on issues of public health.

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Sep 13, 2020

Poonam Khetrapal Singh: The pandemic is far from over
Interview with Dr Poonam Khetrapal Singh, Regional Director, World Health Organisation, South-East Asia.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Sep 13, 2020

COVID management: Hollow claims by the government
Statistics belie the government's self-congratulatory proclamations on the management of the COVID crisis in India.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Sep 11, 2020

COVID-19: A chain of blunders by the Central government
The Centre's top-down approach to COVID-19 and its exercise of control on the release of data to the public domain have led to flawed strategies and mismanagement in the battle against the pandemic.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Sep 11, 2020

COVID-19: Chain of blunders by the Central government
The Centre's top-down approach to COVID-19 and its exercise of control on the release of data to the public domain have led to flawed strategies and mismanagement in the battle against the pandemic.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Sep 10, 2020

Political parties rallying forces again in Kashmir
The August 22 declaration of six mainstream political parties represents the first major exhibition of resolve on their part to come together and leverage their political strengths and advantages and use their combined platform to take on New Delhi's ideologically driven agendas in Kashmir.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Sep 09, 2020

Ranbir Singh: Reforms were long overdue
Interview with Professor Ranbir Singh, Chairperson, Committee for Reforms in Criminal Laws.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Sep 08, 2020

Karnataka: Open season
Karnataka registers more COVID cases following the ramping up of testing and removal of most of the restrictions.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Sep 08, 2020

Kerala: Bracing for the worst
In Kerala, hundreds of people are getting infected daily through local transmission, infection from unknown sources has increased manifold, and the government is warning against complacency.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Sep 07, 2020

Andhra Pradesh & Telangana: Relentless rise
While Andhra Pradesh becomes the second State, after Maharashtra, to have the largest number of COVID cases, Telangana pays the price for its government's flawed initial strategy.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Sep 07, 2020

Uttar Pradesh: Resilient farmers
In August, Uttar Pradesh recorded its highest spurt in cases and the government seems clueless about how to handle it, but the people, especially farmers, are learning to cope in surprising ways.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Sep 06, 2020

UGC's guidelines to conduct university exams: Test of the times
The Centre's decision to hold final-year examinations amid the raging pandemic displays a complete lack of sensitivity to students' concerns, the digital divide and the spiralling cases.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Sep 05, 2020

Rajasthan: Time lost in tussle
Rajasthan prepares for an effective strategy to contain the infection, which has spread to almost every part of the State.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Sep 05, 2020

Delhi: Double blow
The Delhi administration carries out a demolition drive in the slum clusters even as COVID-19 cases and containment zones rise sharply again in the National Capital Territory.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Sep 04, 2020

Tamil Nadu: Fears of a second wave
The level of infection in the State is still high but with more establishments and businesses opening up in Unlock 4.0, the situation is likely to go out of control.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Sep 04, 2020

Maharashtra: Opening up slowly
In a bid to prevent a second wave of infection, the Thackeray government proceeds with caution in easing lockdown restrictions.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Sep 02, 2020

EIA: A body blow to the environment
The new EIA draft notification, which exempts 40 types of projects from prior environmental clearance and deprives local communities of a say in the matter in the name of ease of doing business, poses a grave threat to the environment.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Sep 01, 2020

‘The government does not listen to us'
Interview with Zafarul-Islam Khan, former Chairman of the Delhi Minorities Commission.

FRONTLINE - The Nation
Aug 31, 2020

What ails biomedical research
Research in health sciences in India is no more oriented towards problem-solving based on years of field work, one of the reasons why many old and new diseases continue to haunt us.

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